Living Below the Mason-Dixon Line

It’s a Friday afternoon here in Georgia – about 3:15 or so.  School is finally out for the day.  And all the teachers are breathing sighs of relief.  No doubt that’s pretty much the way things are where you are also.  However, some things are definitely different and I thought I’d fill you in on […]

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Thanksgiving, 100 Years Ago

I was asked to write the Thanksgiving Day feature article for this “Beacon Lights” under the title “Thanksgiving Day, 100 Years Ago.” As I was looking around through the library for suitable material to write such an article, I came in six sermons delivered by several—outstanding pastors in the Episcopal Church delivered to their congregations […]

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